CHILD PROTECTION
Day of the African Child Celebration
6 questions polled on this topic
62% response rate
2,600 responded out of 4,213 polled
Jun 16. 2015
Knowledge of Day of the African Child Celebration
Jun 16. 2015
People below the age of 18 being married in your community
Jun 16. 2015
Where most child marriages occur
Jun 16. 2015
Who do U think is responsible
Jun 16. 2015
Causes for Child marriages in Zimbabwe
Jun 16. 2015
What can be done

POLL RESULTS

JUN 16. 2015
Knowledge of Day of the African Child Celebration
2,600 responded out of 4,213 polled
Female
42%
No
 
No
58%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
39%
No
 
No
61%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
50%
no
 
no
50%
yes
 
yes

15-19
44%
no
 
no
56%
yes
 
yes

20-24
42%
no
 
no
58%
yes
 
yes

25-30
41%
no
 
no
59%
yes
 
yes

31-34
33%
no
 
no
67%
yes
 
yes

35+
32%
no
 
no
68%
yes
 
yes
40%
No
 
No
60%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 16. 2015
People below the age of 18 being married in your community
2,510 responded out of 2,614 polled
Female
23%
No
 
No
77%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
32%
No
 
No
68%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
75%
no
 
no
25%
yes
 
yes

15-19
35%
no
 
no
65%
yes
 
yes

20-24
27%
no
 
no
73%
yes
 
yes

25-30
24%
no
 
no
76%
yes
 
yes

31-34
36%
no
 
no
64%
yes
 
yes

35+
33%
no
 
no
67%
yes
 
yes
30%
No
 
No
70%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 16. 2015
Where most child marriages occur
2,428 responded out of 2,520 polled
Female
38%
All the above
 
All the above
11%
Urban
 
Urban
51%
Rural
 
Rural

Male
30%
All the above
 
All the above
11%
Urban
 
Urban
59%
Rural
 
Rural
0-14
25%
all the above
 
all the above
0%
urban
 
urban
75%
rural
 
rural

15-19
31%
all the above
 
all the above
14%
urban
 
urban
55%
rural
 
rural

20-24
33%
all the above
 
all the above
12%
urban
 
urban
55%
rural
 
rural

25-30
32%
all the above
 
all the above
8%
urban
 
urban
59%
rural
 
rural

31-34
32%
all the above
 
all the above
8%
urban
 
urban
60%
rural
 
rural

35+
36%
all the above
 
all the above
6%
urban
 
urban
58%
rural
 
rural
33%
All the above
 
All the above
10%
Urban
 
Urban
57%
Rural
 
Rural
JUN 16. 2015
Who do U think is responsible
2,360 responded out of 2,430 polled
Female
27%
All the above
 
All the above
7%
Governments
 
Governments
7%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
11%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
48%
Parents
 
Parents

Male
34%
All the above
 
All the above
8%
Governments
 
Governments
6%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
12%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
40%
Parents
 
Parents
0-14
50%
all the above
 
all the above
0%
governments
 
governments
25%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
0%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
25%
parents
 
parents

15-19
23%
all the above
 
all the above
8%
governments
 
governments
7%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
11%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
52%
parents
 
parents

20-24
33%
all the above
 
all the above
7%
governments
 
governments
6%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
12%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
42%
parents
 
parents

25-30
35%
all the above
 
all the above
7%
governments
 
governments
5%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
11%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
43%
parents
 
parents

31-34
33%
all the above
 
all the above
15%
governments
 
governments
4%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
8%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
40%
parents
 
parents

35+
34%
all the above
 
all the above
5%
governments
 
governments
8%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
15%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
38%
parents
 
parents
32%
All the above
 
All the above
8%
Governments
 
Governments
6%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
12%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
42%
Parents
 
Parents
JUN 16. 2015
Causes for Child marriages in Zimbabwe
2,304 responded out of 2,363 polled
Female
35%
All the above
 
All the above
20%
poverty
 
poverty
12%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
17%
No parental support
 
No parental support
16%
Teenage pregnancy
 
Teenage pregnancy

Male
33%
All the above
 
All the above
25%
poverty
 
poverty
12%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
14%
No parental support
 
No parental support
16%
Teenage pregnancy
 
Teenage pregnancy
0-14
0%
all the above
 
all the above
75%
poverty
 
poverty
25%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
0%
no parental support
 
no parental support
0%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy

15-19
32%
all the above
 
all the above
21%
poverty
 
poverty
10%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
19%
no parental support
 
no parental support
19%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy

20-24
33%
all the above
 
all the above
24%
poverty
 
poverty
12%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
15%
no parental support
 
no parental support
16%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy

25-30
38%
all the above
 
all the above
22%
poverty
 
poverty
12%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
16%
no parental support
 
no parental support
13%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy

31-34
40%
all the above
 
all the above
28%
poverty
 
poverty
8%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
15%
no parental support
 
no parental support
8%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy

35+
31%
all the above
 
all the above
25%
poverty
 
poverty
16%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
18%
no parental support
 
no parental support
10%
teenage pregnancy
 
teenage pregnancy
34%
All the above
 
All the above
23%
poverty
 
poverty
12%
lack of awareness
 
lack of awareness
15%
No parental support
 
No parental support
16%
Teenage pregnancy
 
Teenage pregnancy
JUN 16. 2015
What can be done
2,114 responded out of 2,307 polled
educate
awareness
education
child
children
support
law
care
parents
teach
help
sex
campaigns
must
employment
people
laws
marriage
parental
arrest
educating
jobs
love
girl
government
poverty
provide
need
marriages
school
campaign
create
creation
early
free
give
guidance
youth
youths
empowerment
girls
teenagers
empower
cancelling
enforce
increase
rights
economy
job
young

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